TechNet Magazine: July 2010
|ff817047(v=msdn.10).md||Editor’s Note: It Can Be Easy Being Green
By Lafe Low
Contrary to what Kermit says (you know you get that reference), it can be easy being green, and you can do so without going overboard with spending or crazy new initiatives that otherwise wouldn’t make sense if they weren’t considered part of the green spectrum. You don’t have to spend a ton of money to reduce your carbon footprint. You don’t have to completely rearrange your IT infrastructure. You can simply continue to do some of the things you were already doing to save money. Read more…
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